Police and family in Colorado are looking for answers as 41-year-old Kimberlee Graves has mysteriously gone missing. There are currently no signs that she’s been injured, but the disappearance is suspicious.
Kimberlee Graves’ Disappearance
Kimberlee Graves, a mother of two, went missing from Fort Collins, Colorado on December 4, 2017. A few days later, when a friend couldn’t get a hold of her, she called police and requested a welfare check.
On December 8, police drove to Graves’ home and knocked on the door. No one answered and Graves’ car was not in the driveway.
On December 10, the same friend managed to make her way into Graves’ home and found it had been ransacked. She once again called police and they launched an official investigation.
Beyond the ransacked house, there are a few other things that have given police and Graves’ friends and family cause for concern. Her car, a red Toyota “Rav4,” was found abandoned on December 13 in a parking garage in Fort Collins.
“There’s no evidence that would indicate injury to Kimberlee, but because of the kind of suspicious circumstances, we are asking the community’s help to locate her,” said Kate Kimble, a PR manager for Fort Collins Police.
Daniel Cordova, a longtime neighbor of Graves, told local media, “I keep sharing her stuff on Facebook and put it out there.”
Police Seeking Leads in Kimberlee Graves’ Disappearance
Currently, police are looking for any leads that may lead to Kimberlee Graves’ whereabouts. If you have any information at all, you are encouraged to contact the Fort Collins Police at (970) 416-2825 or send an email to [email protected]
You can also send information via Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at (970) 221-6868 or www.stopcriminals.org. Tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward if the information proves to be helpful to police.